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New York: Lion Library Editions, 1956. Paperback. 224p., worn first mass-market paperback edition, complete and unabridged, in pictorial wraps. Reading copy. Originally published in hardcover in 1953, Young 1355* LL76. "London surrogate sleuth Anthony (Tony) Page, 32, MD, psychiatrist, narrator of a mystery-" Gunn page 147.
Chicago: VVAW, 1979. 16p., tabloid newspaper, horizontal fold, evenly toned, otherwise very good. Aside from articles on veterans' issues, includes a discussion of whether VVAW was right to have supported Vietnam, given its subsequent turn towards Soviet social imperialism and invasion of Cambodia.
Chicago: VVAW, 1978. 16p., tabloid newspaper, horizontal fold, evenly toned, otherwise very good. Cover story on a vet dying of complications from Agent Orange exposure; top headline is on Vietnam's invasion of Cambodia. VVAW supported the Khmer Rouge in this conflict, accusing Vietnam of becoming an aggressor and tool of.....
Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, 1975. Paperback. 128p., small softbound, 6x4 inch plain printed wraps, titlepage rubber-stamped with a "Complements of" address which is overstamped (cancelled) with a seller's address, but aside from that eyesore a nice copy, clean and sound.
New York: Russian Information Bureau in the U.S., 1919. Pamphlet. 25p., stapled wraps, 5.75 x 8.5 inches, lightly worn and soiled, rear wrap unevenly toned, small stain at bottom corner of title page which extends through to the next two pages, else good condition. Sack, the director of the anti-Bolshevik.....
Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1966. Hardcover. 275p., illustrated with a dozen or so scattered color plates (reproducing posters & artwork), plus appended find a lengthy suite of b&w production stills, easily fifty pages; hardbound in 8x5 inch white cloth boards decorated and spine-titled in pea-green. Top edge is tinted yellow, a......
Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1981. Hardcover. Fine copies; respectively xxix, 713, xviii, 705, xv, 633, xv, 546, xxi, 770, ix, 472p., hardbound in matching 9.5x6.5 inch boards (blue & red fabrics gilt-titled, each with blue- & gilt-lettered labels laid down), color frontis to v.1, v.1 also has a......
New York: The League of American Writers, 1938. [vi], 82p., first edition, wraps browned and silverfished, title page and rear blank foxed, title page silverfished, else good condition. The League sent a letter to 1000 prominent American writers, publishing their responses to the questions, "Are you for, or are you.....
London: The Folio Society, 2000. Hardcover. 342, 343-700p., seventh printing of this two-volume Folio production in fine shape, boxed. Plates throughout, endsheet maps. These matching volumes measure 9x5.5 inches, hardbound in pictorial clothbacked boards decorated brilliantly with brown and black on white and greek-key borders gilt, protected in an orange.....